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The Bloggeratti

As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog, one of the impressive things about EVE is it’s community. At the risk of sounding elitist, I think the nature and depth of EVE is more likely to attract the interest of the more intelligent, mature gamer. The kind who have the patience Read more…

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Planetfall on Amarr Prime

Following Dominion’s spoofy planet graphics I, like most capsuleers, decided to become an interplanetary tourist. But after finding just about every variety of planet that I think there is (I like the plasma planets – they remind me of the entity in Fifth Element), I needed something new to do. Read more…

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EVE – the Other Woman

I’m sure it’s not an uncommon phenomenon that EVE is widely despised by our fairer partners, probably more so than other generally unpopular husbandly pursuits. Even if you’re slouching on the sofa in your underpants, watching sport/sci-fi/documentaries or out drinking beer with the lads, the resentment EVE seems to generate Read more…

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Migrating from Hi-Sec

Some months ago we moved the Freebooter’s base of operations into low security space, seeking opportunity and violence. It sort of worked. Although if the truth be known, our inexperience has largely led us to provide others with the opportunity to inflict violence. But at least we can say that Read more…

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2003-2009: The EVE-olution

Although we have been playing EVE for just over a year, my corpmates and I originally began playing back in 2003, attracted by the huge potential of the game. As I recall, the only ships available in game then were Tech I frigates, cruisers and industrials (and possibly battleships – Read more…